Who Killed the Pac-12?

Who Killed the Pac-12?

Rarely is the state of Oklahoma the trendsetter for the rest of the country. Oklahomans like to watch the rest of the nation’s trends with a cautious eye and participate at their own leisure. Not this time, though. Oklahoma and its Athletic Director Joe Castiglione have set off a national fire that threatens to consume […]

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 Filling the College Football Head Coaching Vacancies

Filling the College Football Head Coaching Vacancies

Current Vacancies There are already a handful of head coaching vacancies on the college football landscape in 2021. Those include TCU, Virginia Tech, amongst others with plenty more to come. While those openings are important, those are mostly niche for close followers. This article will examine two of the bigger roles schools are looking to […]

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 Potential Expansion for the Big 12 Conference

Potential Expansion for the Big 12 Conference

How the Big 12 Got to This Point You may have read an article I posted earlier this year about the Big 12 conference. That story discussed how the league is struggling to remain relevant in the NCAA landscape. It discussed the possibility of disbanding itself and allowing its members to find new homes. That […]

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 COVID-19 Policies Released For All Major  Conferences

COVID-19 Policies Released For All Major Conferences

Explaining All The COVID-19 Regulations All of the NCAA’s major conferences’ COVID-19 policies were formally released after the Big Ten announced theirs. Said protocols almost match those the NCAA put out early this month. A team that is unable to field a team due to the virus will forfeit that game. This means said school […]

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 The SEC Super Conference BABY!

The SEC Super Conference BABY!

It’s official. Texas and Oklahoma have asked for, were granted, and accepted an invitation to the SEC. This membership goes into effect on July 1, 2025. However, is this just the beginning, and are we going to see an SEC Super Conference? The First Rumblings SEC has been in serious contact with Ohio State, Michigan, […]

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 The Big 12 Conference Is on Life Support

The Big 12 Conference Is on Life Support

How the Big 12 Got to This Point You may have read recently that Oklahoma and Texas may finally be leaving the Big 12 Conference for the SEC. This is not surprising as both colleges have put the league on their backs since its birth. The conference has been falling out of prominence for quite […]

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 College Football Monday Madness: The Final Four

College Football Monday Madness: The Final Four

Welcome back. Another weekend of College Football has come and gone. This weekend, however, meant a little more. This weekend was conference championship weekend. Meaning, after the champs were crowned, the four teams advancing to the playoff would be announced. On Sunday, we got our final four. Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, and Notre Dame are […]

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 College Football Monday Madness: The Gus Bus Is  Gone.

College Football Monday Madness: The Gus Bus Is Gone.

Welcome back to another installment of College Football Monday Madness. As the weeks continue, and I think things are about to calm down, the opposite happens. This weekend was a wild weekend in College Football. The “Gus Bus” has officially left the station. The Puddle Kittens played hard, earning their old moniker of the Bayou […]

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 Sarah Fuller: Kicks One Ball, Breaks Many

Sarah Fuller: Kicks One Ball, Breaks Many

Sarah Fuller, Vanderbilt women’s soccer goalie, and 2020 SEC women’s soccer champion appeared in the Vanderbilt versus Missouri football game as a kicker. I must reiterate, she is a member of the Vanderbilt women’s soccer team, ergo she is a woman, and she appeared in a men’s sport. A sport for manly men. A person […]

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 SEC Football Drinking Guide: Every Team’s Go To Drink

SEC Football Drinking Guide: Every Team’s Go To Drink

Ah college football is back. While tailgates aren’t really allowed, we still need to get our drink on pre-, mid-, and postgame. But, you need to pick a drink according to your favorite team. Well, look no further, as here is the SEC drinking guide. Alabama: Jack Daniels Sinatra Select A classic. Something that is […]

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 Saving the Season: Expand the College Football Playoff

Saving the Season: Expand the College Football Playoff

The Pac-12 is back! With a seven game, all-conference slate, every Power Five conference has decided to play this fall. They are at a significant disadvantage to the rest of the conferences though. The Pac-12 is all on the west coast and doesn’t get as many viewers. In the “boom or bust” atmosphere of sports, […]

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 A Plea To College Students: Please Stop Partying

A Plea To College Students: Please Stop Partying

I know, I know, that’s like telling water not to be wet (side note: being wet is being covered in water, and water molecules are surrounding by other water molecules, so water is, in fact wet.) Where was I going with this… oh right, please stop partying. If you’ve been to college, I know partying […]

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 2020 NFL Draft Grades for the First Round

2020 NFL Draft Grades for the First Round

For those of us who live under a rock, last night was the first round of the NFL draft. I shouldn’t have to say that, but a friend of mine did text me asking if it was last night. Last night was… weird. Roger Goodell was probably drunk and featured an outfit change. When it […]

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